Alice Giuliani (she/her) is an artist active in the field of performing arts based in Brussels. She identifies as a person with chronic illness, a spoonie. She is interested in the body as a place of vulnerability, identity and fantasy. In the past years she collaborated as a performer for various productions in Europe (Marco D'Agostin, Benjamin Abel Meirhaeghe, Irene Russolillo, Alessandro Schiattarella among others) mainly focused on vibrant and emotional body languages, singing and inclusive practices. As a maker she created Why do the birds go on singing (2019) in the frame of Fuorimargine / Autunno Danza Festival (IT) and A foggy day, a room poured over me (work in progress) at ISAC, Institut des arts chorégraphiques (BE).
Photo: Laura Farneti